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2007 Volkswagen Rabbit Consumer Reviews

4.9
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Great car for the money

by from Neenah,WI on April 16, 2010

What can I say. For the price I paid it's a great car. Comfortable, refined, spacious and has been very reliable. Have always love the lines of the Golf's vs other hatches on the market. Simple yet el...
What can I say. For the price I paid it's a great car. Comfortable, refined, spacious and has been very reliable. Have always love the lines of the Golf's vs other hatches on the market. Simple yet elegant. Not too busy body design like some hatchbacks.
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Another great VW!!!

by from Catonsville, Maryland on July 9, 2011

For anybody that is looking for a small vehicle to get better gas mileage without sacrificing the space of an SUV, this is the car for you. I have the two door version of the rabbit and i can fit 4 go...
For anybody that is looking for a small vehicle to get better gas mileage without sacrificing the space of an SUV, this is the car for you. I have the two door version of the rabbit and i can fit 4 golf bags filled with clubs easily in the back. Even though you sacrifice the back seats, it would be good as a second car to carry groceries in etc... Performance wise, the car handles very well, as most VW's do....., very smooth ride yet just enough road feel and superb cornering. It is a little lacking on the hp side but not any where near underpowered. It can easily accelerate into traffic while maintaining decent gas mileage. Has nice low end torque and a pretty nice power band beginning about 2800 rpm's. A very nice commuting car, for those that like to have a little fun as well. It's no GTI or Scirocco , but the 2.5 gives just enough. I test drove a mazda 3, honda civic, hyundai tiburon and a chevy cobalt and by far this was the most complete car. Definately a must see!
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The details make the car

by from DC on October 11, 2010

I am so impressed with this car. On a technical level, the performance and reliability are excellent. My only complaint would be the fuel economy, which is poor in city, but not so bad on highways. W...
I am so impressed with this car. On a technical level, the performance and reliability are excellent. My only complaint would be the fuel economy, which is poor in city, but not so bad on highways. What really makes the car, for me, in an era of cost-cutting and less emphasis on interior design, is the extra interior touches on this car. I think this is why people really fall in love with Volkswagon (in addition to the good technical profile and reliable nature).
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Great Buy

by from Vancouver, CA on November 27, 2008

I've had this car for around a year. It's been great! no problems, good on gas, fun to drive and good looking!
I've had this car for around a year. It's been great! no problems, good on gas, fun to drive and good looking!
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Best looking hatchback available

by from Baltimore on April 17, 2009

I went from a '95 Dodge Caravan to this small hatch and it was the smoothest transition. The car performs well, it looks stunning (just not in what they call "sage") and it comes with more features st...
I went from a '95 Dodge Caravan to this small hatch and it was the smoothest transition. The car performs well, it looks stunning (just not in what they call "sage") and it comes with more features standard then you can get in any other compact car. It is a little expensive to maintain if you take it to a dealership, but if you get a new one, they all come with 3 years free!
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Love my Rabbit!

by from New Jersey on August 19, 2008

This is my first new car, but not my first VW, and I have yet to be disappointed. I previously owned an 87 Rabbit Conv. She's great on gas, is roomy enough for passengers despite the small size, has n...
This is my first new car, but not my first VW, and I have yet to be disappointed. I previously owned an 87 Rabbit Conv. She's great on gas, is roomy enough for passengers despite the small size, has nice pick up, and handles very well. I very much recommend this lil bunny!
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sporty

by from california losangeles on November 6, 2011

well if you want something thats sporty and fits in tight spces this is what you should get. There is one thing thats going to take your mind of this car. I have been rearended and the riper bill was ...
well if you want something thats sporty and fits in tight spces this is what you should get. There is one thing thats going to take your mind of this car. I have been rearended and the riper bill was over 900$. however it dosent gussel gas.
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So much fun.

by from Cambridge, ON on November 14, 2007

Just love my new Rabbit. As others have stated not as great on fuel as I would like but overall car makes up for that. Very spunky and lots of fun to drive. The heated seats are great and heat up a lo...
Just love my new Rabbit. As others have stated not as great on fuel as I would like but overall car makes up for that. Very spunky and lots of fun to drive. The heated seats are great and heat up a lot faster than the regular heat. Has a great stereo system too. Had a civic before this and really like the rabbit better already.
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Worth Naming: You will fall in love!

by from Terre Haute, IN on February 9, 2007

"I'm in Love with My Car." Queen took the words right out of my mouth. This car rocks! I can pull BMW-esque turns in this car, and peel out from a stop with the smooth inline FIVE and 6-spd auto! And,...
"I'm in Love with My Car." Queen took the words right out of my mouth. This car rocks! I can pull BMW-esque turns in this car, and peel out from a stop with the smooth inline FIVE and 6-spd auto! And, I know one of you is reading these just to know about real-world fuel economy, so here's how the EPA should have put it: 26 city, 33 highway. The standard features are so plentiful, the Golf makes a joke out of any Honda or Toyota. I call mine (when I'm not using his name) a Golf, because the sticker printed in my owner's manual says, "2007 Volkswagen Golf." Who knows why? The attention to detail in design is simply breathtaking: from the sound-deadening door-sill inserts, to the windshield contour and the things that keep rain water moving up instead of around. LUV VEE DUB. BUY A VW "RABBIT"!!!
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Endorphine Rush!

by from Philadelphia, Pa. on September 21, 2007

2007 VW Rabbit, 4 door A Genuine Inport that Delivers, at an entry price that's hard to beat. This car has really surpassed my expectations. Volkswagen Engineers somehow managed to pack all the feat...
2007 VW Rabbit, 4 door A Genuine Inport that Delivers, at an entry price that's hard to beat. This car has really surpassed my expectations. Volkswagen Engineers somehow managed to pack all the features anyone could want in a car that handles everything the road throws it's way. It's a true driver's car with fit and finish that rivals cars in a much higher class. The addition of the rear suspension along with electronic stability control, electromagnetic steering assist, tiptronic shifter and antilock brake systems that work together seamlessly to give the driver just the right balance of road feel and a ride that bests everything in it's class. The epa estimates are lower than what my actual mileage has been, 25 city 32 highway, if there's anything Volkswagen could do better, someone tell me what it is. Save the bunny for the last test drive and you'll quickly see why.
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